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Wyrley Ladies Reserves Lose their 1st league match

by on Feb.02, 2009, under Ladies First Team

Sunday 1st February 2009 Russell Howard Live download Newcastle Ladies 3  Wyrley Ladies Reserves 0 Wyrley lost their 100% league record against a strong Newcastle side who took advantage of their small pitch, which had a good slope and also of the second half blizzard like conditions. After losing the toss Wyrley had a slight […]

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Latest Wyrley Scarf Photo!

by on Feb.02, 2009, under Girls Under 18s 10/11

Further to Andy Parfitt’s recent challenge to find Wyrley scarves in strange places, the Hardy family found the above Snowgorilla in their back garden – complete with Wyrley scarf!! Snowgorilla designed and created by Gareth and Sophie Hardy. Any more scarves in strange places? download Superman: Doomsday buy Coronation Street: Out of Africa buy Plutopia […]

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U11s Cup – Wyrley Panthers 7 Pelsall Villa Colts A 2

by on Feb.01, 2009, under Under 13s Panthers 10/11

Sunday 1 February 2009 The Guitar hd buy Plan Bee After 2 previous postponements due to the weather, Panthers started this 1st Round cup game well and all the play in the first few minutes was in the Pelsall half.  Andy Reynolds went close early on but was denied by a teriffic one handed save […]

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Wyrley Tigers U7 Match Reports – 01/02/2009

by on Feb.01, 2009, under Under 16s Tigers 17/18

Team Photo Back Row (L-R) – Steve Foster, Rob Elkin, Andy Galbraith Team in alphabetical order- Ryan Bannister, Luke Barr, Ryan Dabbs, Finley Forrester, Jacob Hadwen, Evan Kuzmicz, Ethan Lavender, Josh Pritchard, Josh Singh, Kyle Smith FRIENDLY Wyrley Tigers 0-0 Brewood Juniors – 9.30am – 01/02/2009 This was Wyrley’s first game since 30th November 2008 and […]

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